On March 30 and 31, the Uclés Monastery in Cuenca witnessed the celebration of the second edition of the biennial festival “Lux in Tenebris”, which had an over two days extensive program. In collaboration with the Fernando Núñez Foundation, the event sought to merge tradition with the avant-garde, offering a unique cultural and spiritual experience within the framework of Easter Week.

In addition, the festival presented an alternative program that attracted numerous visitors eager for shows, concerts, performances and gastronomic experiences in an extraordinary environment. One of the highlights was the ” Oficio de Tinieblas “, a transformation of the liturgy into a comprehensive work of art that combined sacred music, visual creation and digital poetics.

“La Vigilia,” an experimental event that ran from Saturday night to early Sunday morning, offered a mystical experience with various artistic performances and a special dinner. In addition, attendees had the opportunity to enjoy a resurrection concert, where works by Beethoven, Bach and Brahms, among others, were performed. Another highlight was the special Lenten visit to the Monastery, an immersive candle-guided experience that transported visitors back to the 16th century, immersing them in the rich history and cultural heritage of the place.

Thanks he Fernando Núñez Foundation, creator and organizer of the event through LaLAB, its cultural creation laboratory, Fluge Audiovisuales was in charge of supplying the sound, lighting and video equipment for the second edition of Lux in Tenebris.

Among the audiovisual equipment supplied in the different interior and exterior spaces of the Uclés Monastery, more than 300 robotic and conventional lighting equipment, Grand MA3, MA2 and Chamsys control tables, wireless microphones, d&b sound systems for different spaces, tables Yamaha control system and two 31,000 lumen laser projectors, among others.